The OTN network is designed to help Oracle users with community generated resources. Every year the OTN team organizes worldwide tours that allow local users to learn from subject matter experts in all things Oracle. For the past few years the UX team has been participating in the OTN Latin America Tour as well as other regions. This year I was happy to accept their invitation to deliver the opening keynote for the Mexico City tour stop.
The keynote title was “Wearables in the Enterprise: From Internet of Things to Google Glass and Smart Watches.” Given the AppsLab charter and reputation on cutting edge technologies and innovation it was really easy to put a presentation deck on our team’s findings on these topics. The presentation was a combination of the keynote given by our VP, Jeremy Ashley, during MakerCon 2014 at Oracle HQ this past May and our proof-of-concepts using wearable technologies.
I also had a joint session with my fellow UX team member Rafael Belloni titled “Designing Tablet UIs Using ADF.” Here we had the chance to share how users can leverage two great resources freely available from our team:
- Simplified User Experience Design Patterns for the Oracle Applications Cloud Service (register to download e-book here)
- A Starter kit with templates used to build a Simplified UI interfaces (download kit here)
*Look for “Rich UI with Data Visualization Components and JWT UserToken validation extending Oracle Sales Cloud– 1.0.1”
These two resources are the result of extensive research done by our whole UX organization and we are happy to share with the Oracle community. Overall it was a great opportunity to reach out to the Latin American community, especially my fellow Mexican friends.
Here are some pictures of the event and of Mexico City. Enjoy!